Treasure Madness Halloween Maps and Gifts hide terrifying treasure

Bat IslandDevil IslandPumpkin Island
Scary Skull IslandSpider IslandWerewolf Island

Ever seen that episode of Scooby Doo where the gang takes a row boat to some nondescript haunted island in order to solve the next mystery? (More like every other episode.) Well, it seems that zSlide has seen their fair share of spooky isles and brought that inspiration to Treasure Madness with a massive 10 new maps to explore. Better yet, they all cost 1500 GP and below. Here is a list of all 10 haunted islands:

  • Scary Skulls Island: 750 GP, 154 tiles
  • Spider Island: 1,300 GP, 259 tiles
  • Scary Pumpkin Bay: 1,250 GP, 247 tiles
  • Frankenstein Island: 1,000 GP, 192 tiles
  • Black Cat Island: 1,250 GP, 250 tiles
  • Devil Island: 1,500 GP, 288 tiles
  • Werewolf Isle: 1,250 GP, 249 tiles
  • Angry Ghost Island: 1,150 GP, 230 tiles
  • Pumpkin Isle: 1,300 GP, 262 tiles
  • Bat Island: 700 GP, 145 tiles

Unfortunately, every one of these new maps has a very low treasure density and an average amount of gold to loot. But the maps do contain seven mysterious Halloween-themed collections. If you want all 10 maps and their rare collections, you better start saving that GP as these haunted islands will disappear in just 19 days.

Join us after the break for a look at the new free gifts available.

Treasure Madness community manager Jennifer Johnson says that most of these items will help complete the seven Halloween collections that can be finished in the 10 new maps. As for the delicious desserts, expect some free HP gains for the next 19 days. There are also Halloween mystery crates available that will contain some of the collection items as well, so enjoy the plenty of options to celebrate Halloween this year in the tropics.

Find our Halloween 2010 guide on FarmVille, Mafia Wars and more right here.

Have you tried the new Halloween maps yet? Either way, what do you think of the festivities in Treasure Madness? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.
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